Mid Ulster District Council is reviewing its existing ‘Performance Improvement Objectives’ and seeking the public’s views on their continued significance.
Four improvement objectives were identified last year, based on the priorities from both the Council’s Corporate Plan and the Mid Ulster Community Plan, and this new round of consultation is intended to check their relevance for the year ahead.
They improvement objectives are:
- To assist in the growth of the local economy by increasing the number of visitors to our district.
- To help manage our waste and environment by reducing the amount of waste going to landfill.
- To improve the accessibility of our services by increasing the number available online.
- To support people to adopt healthier lifestyles by increasing usage of council recreational facilities.
Speaking about the consultation, Chair of the Council’s Policy and Resources Committee, Councillor Dominic Molloy, said:
“The four improvement objectives set by the Council last year were identified because they reflected the priorities of our residents and our statutory, voluntary and community partners.
“While they are intended to stretch across 2 years, this review is an opportunity for us to pause and to check that local people and our partner organisations still feel they are appropriate for us to continue working towards”.
“I would encourage local people to take a few minutes to complete our short survey, so we can use their feedback to measure where we are at present and if we need to refine or confirm the objectives”.
For more information and to complete a short survey on the performance improvement objectives, visit www.midulstercouncil.org/improvementobjectives. The consultation closes at 12noon on Friday 27 April 2018.